One of the most distinctive and valuable features of the Human Services Program is the experience-based internship component. Each of the three internship courses requires at least 120 clock-hours of service in a supervised human service setting.
Working with our internship course coordinator, each student will identify human services settings that match their interests and career goals. Students are responsible for securing their internship placements. Examples of the kinds of agencies and organizations that have served as hosts for previous internships, and that often have locations across South Carolina, include:
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Disabilities and Special Needs
- The Department of Social Services
- The Boys and Girls Club
- Community Mental Health
- The Child Abuse Prevention Association
- Citizens Opposed to Domestic Abuse
- The Department of Health and Human Services
To view the Human Services Internship Manual, please click here.